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  • Cox permanently increases speed of low-cost internet option for families

    Cox Communications announced last week the increased speed of its low-cost internet option for families introduced at the onset of COVID-19 will be permanent.
  • Arizona AG settles with hearing device company over deceptive advertising

    A settlement was reached last week with a hearing device company to stop misleading consumers with U.S. Food and Drug Administration messaging on over-the-counter hearing devices, Attorney General Mark Brnovich's Office announced.
  • Chino Bandido opens food truck at new location in Phoenix

    Fanatics of Mexican restaurant Chino Bandido will have access to the company's food truck on Monday until its new location is opened.
  • Bashas’ to hold statewide job fair Saturday, looking to hire more than 700

    The Arizona-based Bashas’ grocery chain will hold a statewide job fair on Saturday as it looks to fill more than 700 full-time and part-time positions at its family of stores.
  • Tax filing deadline set for Monday following 1-month extension

    The deadline is quickly approaching for Americans to file their taxes for 2020 after a one-month extension.
  • Arizona ending federal unemployment booster, offering return-to-work bonus

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced Thursday the state will stop paying the weekly federal unemployment booster in July and instead offer work incentives of up to $2,000.
  • Southwest adding 4 nonstop Hawaii destinations from Phoenix Sky Harbor

    Southwest Airlines announced plans Thursday to launch routes between Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and four destinations in Hawaii.
  • Arizona restaurant owner offering tuition to attract applicants

    An Arizona restaurant owner is offering to help pay tuition for employees in an effort to entice people to come work for him.
  • Healthy eatery led by former ASU football star expanding to Gilbert

    A healthy eatery led by a former Arizona State football star and NFL veteran is expanding to Gilbert.
  • Group behind Maple & Ash to open new restaurant in Scottsdale Quarter

    The group behind the popular Maple & Ash steakhouse at the Scottsdale Waterfront will open another restaurant in the city later this year, the company announced.
  • Scottsdale shopping center announces $1.5M renovations are almost complete

    Developers of a shopping center at Tatum and Dynamite boulevards in Scottsdale said occupancy is almost full.
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    Pipeline cyberattack won’t hurt Arizona motorists, gas expert says

    Arizona gas prices are unlikely to rise as a result of last week’s cyberattack on a major U.S. pipeline, according to a national expert, and they might go down in some areas.
  • Arizona-based patio furniture store opens new showroom in Scottsdale

    Arizona-based outdoor furnishings store Paddy O’ Furniture opened a new showroom in south Scottsdale last week, the company announced.
  • Weekend wrap-up: Here are the biggest Arizona stories from May 7-9

    From a wildfire burning southwest of Crown King forcing three communities to evacuate on Sunday to a meal kit company planning to open its largest U.S. distribution center in Phoenix, here are the biggest Arizona stories of the weekend.
  • Checks on way to APS customers as part of $24M settlement

    Nearly a quarter of a million checks are on their way to Arizona Public Service customers as part of a $24 million settlement over misleading service plan information.
  • US job growth slows sharply in sign of hiring struggles

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The recovery of America’s job market hit a pause last month as many businesses — from restaurants and hotels to factories and construction companies — struggled to find enough workers to catch up with a rapidly strengthening economic rebound. Employers added just 266,000 jobs in April, sharply lower than in March and […]
  • Tempe Marketplace to hold chalk festival, world culture celebration

    People can experience different cultures from around the world right here in the Valley on Saturday with the World of Chalk Art Festival at Tempe Marketplace.
  • Arizona utility regulators reject 100% clean energy rules

    Arizona's utility regulators have rejected new rules that would have required most of the state's electricity providers to get 100% of their power from clean energy sources by 2050 to limit carbon emissions and address climate change.
  • Arizona projected to add about 550,000 jobs by 2029

    New projections from the Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity have the state adding approximately 550,000 jobs by 2029.
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    Smoky new restaurant Renata’s Hearth set to open at Phoenix’s Biltmore resort

    A new restaurant featuring a menu infused with smoky South and Central American flavors, Renata's Hearth, is set to open May 18 at Phoenix’s revitalized Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort.